A visit there is said to be a great insight into Danish culture.But everyday life and workers' history has also been a favorite subjects for artists, and you can enjoy artworks by single artists or presented in themes in both the permanent galleries and in the temporary exhibitions.
This is a great museum. It's located in the building that used to be the home base of the Danish Worker's Movement.
It's a brilliantly done museum, and well worth the visit for any student of the social sciences, social movements or history.
Another great feature of the place: the pub that used to be frequented solely by Danish workers, by the name of Cafe & olhalle.
The Worker's museum or Arbejdermuseet is a museum is located in Copenhagen. The museum was opened in 1986. It is situated in Rømersgade street in central Copenhagen.
Worker's museum's main objective is to show the daily life of Copenhagen workers during the last 150 years. In 2004 the museum merged with the Labour Movement Library and Archives, which was founded in 1908.